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Jack James, Professor

School:School of Social Sciences / Department of Psychology 
Location:Menntavegi 1, 101 Reykjav√≠k 
Phone:5996449 
Email:jackru.is 
Website:http://www.ru.is/starfsfolk/jack

Curriculum Vitae

 

 

 

 

 

Jack E. James, PhD

 

 

 

Education

·           Bachelor of Science (First Class Honours), University of New South Wales, Australia, 1971.

·           Master of Psychology (Clinical), University of New South Wales, Australia, 1973.

·           Doctor of Philosophy, University of Western Australia, 1976.Thesis title: Behavioural Self-control of Stuttering Using Timeout from Speaking.

Employment

2012 (Feb.) – present    Professor, Department of Psychology, Reykjavík University, Iceland.

1998 - 2012 (Jan.)         Professor Emeritus and Head (1998-2011), School of Psychology, National University of Ireland, Galway.

1991 – 1998                  Foundation Professor of Behavioural Health Sciences and Head (1993-1998), School of Behavioural Health Sciences, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia.

1983 – 1991                  Senior Lecturer, School of Social Sciences, Flinders University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia.

1978 – 1983                  Lecturer, Department of Psychology, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.

1977 – 1978                  Lecturer, Department of Behavioural Sciences, Lincoln Institute of Health Sciences, Melbourne, Australia.

Biographical Sketch

Professor James has held faculty position in Australia and Europe, where he has been extensively involved in curriculum design, especially in relation to postgraduate professional training in clinical and health psychology. He was appointed Foundation Professor of Behavioural Health Sciences, La Trobe University, Melbourne, and was Founding National President of the Australian Psychological Society’s College of Health Psychologists. He was Professor and Head of the School of Psychology, National University of Ireland, Galway, and Founding Editor-in-Chief (2010-2014) of the peer-reviewed Journal of Caffeine Research. He has published three books and more than 150 peer-reviewed articles. His main research interests include health psychology; behavioural epidemiology; global health; psychophysiology (with particular reference to cardiovascular health); psychopharmacology (with particular reference to dietary caffeine); and applied behaviour analysis. His research has been supported by major granting bodies in Australia, Ireland, Iceland, and the European Union.

PUBLICATIONS

[Does not include edited proceedings, published abstracts, or unpublished reports]

Books

James, J. E. (2016). The Health of Populations: Beyond Medicine (pp. 508). Oxford, UK: Elsevier-Academic Press. [ISBN: 9780128028124]

James, J. E. (1997). Understanding caffeine: A biobehavioral analysis (pp. 227). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

James, J. E. (1991). Caffeine and health (pp. 430). London: Academic Press.

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles and Book Chapters (in reverse chronological order).

James, J. E. (2017). Reviving Cochrane’s contribution to evidence-based medicine: Bridging the gap between evidence of efficacy and evidence of effectiveness and cost-effectiveness?” European Journal of Clinical Investigation, in press.

Padden, C., & James, J. E. (2017). Stress among parents of children with and without autism spectrum disorders: A comparison involving physiological indicators and parent self-reports. Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities, 38 in press.

Howard, S., Creaven, A-M., Hughes, B. M., O’Leary, É. D., & James, J. E. (2017). Perceived social support predicts lower cardiovascular reactivity to stress in older adults. Biological Psychology, 124, in press.

James, J. E. (2017). Hypertension control and cardiovascular disease. The Lancet, 389, 154.

James, J. E. (2016). Free-to-publish, free-to-read, or both? Cost, equality of access, and integrity in science publishing. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 67, DOI: 10.1002/asi.23757

James, J. E. (2016). Caffeine. In B. Johnson (Ed.), Addiction medicine: Science and practice (Vol. 2). New York, NY: Springer, in press.

James, J. E. (2016). Are you using caffeinated energy drinks and gels to boost performance? Beware! Cycling Weekly, July 14, 64.

Kristjansson, A. L., Mann, M. J., Sigfusdottir, I. D., & James, J. E. (2015). Mode of daily caffeine consumption among adolescents and the practice of mixing alcohol with energy drinks: Relationships to drunkenness. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 76, 397-405.

James, J. E. (2015). Higher caffeine intake during pregnancy increases risk of low birth weight. (Invited commentary). Evidence-Based Nursing, 18, doi:10.1136/eb-2014-102027.

James, J. E., Kristjansson, A. L., & Sigfusdottir, I. D. (2015). A gender-specific analysis of adolescent dietary caffeine, alcohol consumption, anger, and violent behavior. Substance Use & Misuse, 50, 257-267.

Foody, C., James, J. E., & Leader, G. (2015). Parenting stress, salivary biomarkers, and ambulatory blood pressure: A comparison between mothers and fathers of children with autism spectrum disorders. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 45, 1084-1095.

O´Leary, É. D., Howard, S., Hughes, B. M., & James, J. E. (2014). Salivary α-amylase reactivity to laboratory social stress with and without acute sleep restriction. Journal of Psychophysiology, 29, 55-63.

James, J. E. (2014). Caffeine and cognitive performance: In search of balance in scientific opinion and debate. Journal of Caffeine Research, 4, 107-108.

Hogan, M. J., Brosnan, M.,  Kilmartin, L., & James, J. E. (2014). Does positive emotion processing protect against age-related reductions in cardiovascular entropy?  An analysis of cardiovascular entropy of younger and older adults to positive-, negative-, and mixed-emotion cognitive challenge. Experimental and Clinical Cardiology, 20, 6439-6462.

James, J. E. (2014). Personalised medicine, disease prevention, and the inverse care law: More harm than benefit? European Journal of Epidemiology, 29, 383–390.

James, J. E. (2014). Caffeine and cognitive performance: Persistent methodological challenges in caffeine research. Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior, 124, 117-122.

Foody, C., James, J. E., & Leader, G. (2014). Parenting stress, salivary biomarkers and ambulatory blood pressure in mothers of children with autism spectrum disorders. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 8, 99-110.

Kristjansson, A. L., Sigfusdottir, I. D., Mann, M. J., & James, J. E.,  (2014).  Caffeinated sugar-sweetened beverages and common physical complaints in Icelandic children aged 10-12 years. Preventive Medicine, 58, 40-44.

James, J. E., (2014). Dietary caffeine: “Unnatural” exposure requiring precaution? Journal of Substance Use, 19, 394-397.

James, J. E. (2013). Three good years completed and a promising future ahead. Journal of Caffeine Research, 3, 153.

Kristjansson, A. L., Sigfusdottir, I. D., Frost, S. S., & James, J. E. (2013). Adolescent caffeine consumption and self-reported violence and conduct disorder. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 42, 1053-1062.

James, J. E. (2013). Caffeine and suicide: What responsibility should epidemiologists bear for how their published findings are understood? Journal of Caffeine Research, 3, 99-100.

James, J. E., Sengpiel, V., & Brantsaeter, A. L. (2013). Dietary caffeine and pregnancy outcomes. Journal of Caffeine Research, 3, 3-8.

O´Leary, É. D., Howard, S., Hughes, B. M., & James, J. E. (2013).  An experimental test of blunting using sleep-restriction as an acute stressor in Type D and non-Type D women. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 90, 37-43.

James, J. E. (2013). Caffeine: Public concern and the precautionary principle. Journal of Caffeine Research, 3, 1-2.

James, J. E. (2013). Death by caffeine: How many caffeine-related fatalities and near–misses must there be before we regulate? Journal of Caffeine Research, 2, 149-152.

O’Leary, É. D., Howard, S., & James, J. E. (2012). Sleep duration and health: Examining psychosomatic stress-related pathways. In K.E. Moore, K. Kaniasty & P. Buchwald (Eds.), Stress and anxiety: Application to economic hardship, occupational demands and developmental challenges. Berlin:  Logos, pp. 119 – 130.

James, J. E., Gregg, M. E., Matyas, T. A., Hughes, B. M., & Howard, S. (2012). Stress reactivity and the Hemodynamic Profile-Compensation Deficit (HP-CD) model of blood pressure regulation. Biological Psychology, 90, 161-170.

James, J. E. (2012). Coffee and mortality: Urgent need for clinical trials to assess putative benefits and harms. Journal of Caffeine Research, 2, 53-54.

Hogan, M. J., James, J. E., McCabe, T. R., Kilmartin, L., & Howard, S. (2012). Cardiovascular reactivity of younger and older adults to positive-, negative-, and mixed-emotion cognitive challenge. Biological Psychology, 89, 553-561.

James, J. E., Charles, B., & Philip, R. K. (2012). Caffeine and neonatal apnea. Journal of Caffeine Research, 2, 55-61.

James, J. E. (2012). Caffeine psychopharmacology and effects on cognitive performance and mood. In L. Riby, M. Smith, & J. Foster (Eds.), Nutrition and cognitive performance: A lifespan perspective. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 270-301.

Juliano, L. M., Griffiths, R. R., James, J. E., & Rogers, P. J. (2012). Behavioral pharmacology of caffeine and withdrawal reversal. Journal of Caffeine Research, 2, 3-14.

James, J. E. (2012). Potential advances in knowledge from cross-fertilization between different fields of caffeine research. Journal of Caffeine Research, 2, 1.   

 

 

 

 

Thorsteinsson, E. B., James, J. E., Douglas, M. E., & Omodei, M. M. (2011). Effects of social support on cardiovascular and cortisol reactivity during passive and active behavioural challenge. Journal of Psychiatry, Psychology and Mental Health, 3, 1-12.

 

 

 

 

James, J. E., Temple, J. L., & Warzak, W. J. (2011). Caffeine use by children and adolescents. Journal of Caffeine Research, 1, 195-199.

James, J. E. (2011). Volume 1 completed. Journal of Caffeine Research, 1, 191.

James, J. E., Bloomer, R. J., Cox, G., Davis, J.-K., Desbrow, B., & Graham, T. (2011). Caffeine and physical performance. Journal of Caffeine Research, 1, 145-151.

James, J. E., Chen, X., Morelli, M., Postuma, R., & Schwarzchild, M. A. (2011). The putative neuroprotective effects of caffeine. Journal of Caffeine Research, 1, 91-96.

James, J. E. (2011). Caffeine research. On our way. Journal of Caffeine Research, 1, 89.

Kristjansson, A. L., Sigfusdottir, I. D., Allegrante, J. P., & James, J. E. (2011). Adolescent caffeine consumption, daytime sleepiness, and anger. Journal of Caffeine Research, 1, 75-82.

James, J. E., Kristjansson, A. L., & Sigfusdottir, I. D. (2011). Adolescent substance use, sleep, and academic achievement: Evidence of harm due to caffeine. Journal of Adolescence, 34, 665–673.

O´Brien, M. C., Arria, A. M., Howland, J., James, J. E., Marczinski, C. A. (2011). Caffeine, alcohol, and youth: A toxic mix. Journal of Caffeine Research, 1, 15-21.

James, J. E. (2011). A new journal to advance caffeine research. Journal of Caffeine Research, 1, 1-3.

Howard, S., Hughes, B. M., & James, J. E. (2011). Type D personality and hemodynamic reactivity to laboratory stress in women. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 80, 96-102.

Hughes, B. M., Howard, S., James, J. E., & Higgins, N. M. (2011). Individual differences in adaptation of cardiovascular responses to stress. Biological Psychology, 86, 129–136.

James, J. E. (2011). Caffeine. In B. Johnson (Ed.), Addiction medicine: Science and practice (Vol. 1). New York, NY: Springer, pp. 551-583.

Kristjánsson, A. L., James, J. E., Sigfusdottir, I. D., Allegrante, J. P., & Helgason, A. R. (2010). Licit substance use, parental monitoring and leisure-time activities: Twelve-year outcome of primary prevention in Iceland. Preventive Medicine, 51, 168-171.

James, J. E. (2010). Caffeine-related disorders. In I. B. Weiner & W. E. Craighead (Eds.), The Corsini encyclopedia of psychology (4th ed., pp. 271-272). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.

Kristjansson, A. L., Sigfusdottir, I. D., James, J. E., Allegrante, J. P., & Helgason, A. R. (2010). Perceived parental reactions and peer respect as predictors of adolescent cigarette smoking and alcohol use. Addictive Behaviors, 35, 256-259.

Tyndall, I. T., Roche, B., & James, J. E. (2009). The interfering effect of emotional stimulus functions on stimulus equivalence class formation: Implications for the understanding and treatment of anxiety. European Journal of Behaviour Analysis, 10, 121-140.

Flynn, N. & James, J. E. (2009). Relative effects of demand and control on task-related cardiovascular reactivity, task perceptions, performance accuracy, and mood. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 72, 217-227.

Keane, M. A., & James, J. E. (2008). Effects of dietary caffeine on EEG, performance, and mood when rested and sleep restricted. Human Psychopharmacology: Clinical & Experimental, 23, 669-680.

Keane, M. A., James, J. E., & Hogan, M. J. (2007). Effects of dietary caffeine on topographic EEG after controlling for withdrawal and withdrawal reversal. Neuropsychobiology, 56, 197-207.

James, J. E. & Keane, M. A. (2007). Caffeine, sleep and wakefulness: Implications of new understanding about withdrawal reversal. Human Psychopharmacology: Clinical & Experimental, 22, 549-558.

James, J. E. (2007). Claims of a “new” stuttering treatment using time-out from speaking are exaggerated: A brief review of the literature and commentary on Hewat et al. (2006). Disability and Rehabilitation, 29, 1057 – 1060.

James, J. E. (2006). Blood pressure effects of dietary caffeine are a risk for cardiovascular disease. In B. D. Smith (Ed.), Caffeine consumption: Effects on health and behavior (pp. 133-153). Boca Raton, FL: Taylor & Francis.

James, J. E. (2006). Health, commerce, and the Future of Health Psychology. The European Health Psychologist, March, 5-8.

Ottaviani, C., Shapiro, D., Goldstein, I. B., James, J. E., & Weiss, R. (2006). Hemodynamic profile, compensation deficit, and ambulatory blood pressure. Psychophysiology, 43, 46-56.

James, J. E., & Rogers, P. J. (2005). Effects of caffeine on performance and mood: Withdrawal reversal is the most plausible explanation. Psychopharmacology, 182, 1-8.

Gregg, M. E., Matyas, T. A., & James, J. E. (2005). Association between hemodynamic profile during laboratory stress and ambulatory pulse pressure. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 28, 573-579.

James, J. E. (2005). Caffeine-induced enhancement of cognitive performance: Confounding due to reversal of withdrawal effects. Australian Journal of Psychology, 57, 197-200.

James, J. E. (2005). Hot beverages? Some aren’t so hot! European Health Psychology Newsletter, 2, 6-7.

James, J. E., & Lane, J. D. (2005). The world’s most popular drug. National Geographic, May, 9.

James, J. E., Gregg, M. E., Kane, M., & Harte, F. (2005). Dietary caffeine, performance and mood: Enhancing  and restorative effects after controlling for withdrawal relief. Neuropsychobiology, 52, 1-10.

James, J. E. (2005). Dietary caffeine is harmful. Food Science and Technology, 19(1), 5.

James, J. E. & Gregg, M. E. (2004). Hemodynamic effects of dietary caffeine, sleep restriction, and laboratory stress. Psychophysiology, 41, 914-923.

James, J. E. (2004). Dietary caffeine: Benefits and risks? Food Science and Technology, 18(4), 34-37.

Tyndall, I. T., Roche, B., & James, J. E. (2004). The relation between stimulus function and equivalence class formation. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 81, 257-266.

James, J. E. & Gregg, M. E. (2004). Effects of dietary caffeine on mood when rested and sleep restricted. Human Psychopharmacology: Clinical & Experimental, 19, 333-341.

James, J. E. (2004). A critical review of dietary caffeine and blood pressure: A relationship that should be taken more seriously. Psychosomatic Medicine, 66, 63-71.

James, J. E. (2003). Caffeine, mental performance and mood. In D. Watson (Ed.), Performance functional foods (pp. 168-194). London: Woodhead Publishing.

James, J. E. (2002). Dietary caffeine and blood pressure: Risk factor for cardiovascular disease. Pharmacopsychoecologia, 15, 71-86.

James, J. E. (2002). Corporate threats to research integrity demand collective (not individual) action from scientists. Addiction, 97, 1257-1258.

James, J. E. (2002). "Third party" threats to research integrity in public-private partnerships. Addiction, 97, 1251-1255.

James, J. E., & Hardardottir, D., (2002). Influence of attention focus and dispositional anxiety on tolerance of acute pain. British Journal of Health Psychology, 7, 149-162.

Gregg, M. E., Matyas, T. A., & James, J. E. (2002). A new model of individual differences in hemodynamic profile and blood pressure reactivity. Psychophysiology, 39, 64-72.

Copolov, D., James, J. E., & Milgrom, J. (2000). Biopsychosocial factors in health and illness. In J. Milgrom & G. D. Burrows (Eds.), Psychology and psychiatry: Integrating medical practice (pp. 21-64). J. Wiley & Sons: Melbourne.

James, J. E. (2000). Caffeine and stress. In D. T. Kenny, J. G. Carlson, F. J. McGuigan, & J. L. Shepparad (Eds.) Stress and health: Research and clinical applications (pp. 335-354). Harwood: Amsterdam.

Thorsteinsson, E. B., & James, J. E. (1999). A meta-analysis of the effects of experimental manipulations of social support during laboratory stress. Psychology and Health, 14, 869-886.

Gregg, M. E., James, J. E., Matyas, T. A., & Thorsteinsson, E. B. (1999). Hemodynamic profile of stress-induced anticipation and recovery. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 34, 147-162.

James, J. E. (1998). Acute and chronic effects of caffeine on performance, mood, headache, and sleep. Neuropsychobiology, 38, 32-41.

Thorsteinsson, E. B., James, J. E., & Gregg, M. E. (1998). Effects of video-relayed social support on hemodynamic reactivity and salivary cortisol during laboratory stress. Health Psychology, 17, 436-444.

James, J. E. (1997). Caffeine and blood pressure: Habitual use is a preventable cardiovascular risk factor. The Lancet, 349, 279-281.

James, J. E. (1997). Empirically validated treatments: Health psychology interventions. Behaviour Change, 14, 1-3.

Sveinbjornsdottir, S., & James, J. E. (1997). The inheritance of unemployment. Health Education Australia, Summer, 20-21.

Colverson, S. L., James, J. E., & Gregg, M. E. (1996). Change in hemodynamic profile during phases of the menstrual cycle. Psychology, Health & Medicine, 1, 307-314.

Greenwood, K. M., Rich, W. J., & James, J. E. (1996). Sleep hygiene practices and sleep duration in rotating shiftworkers. Work and Stress, 9, 262-271.

James, J. E. (1996). Effects of habitual caffeine consumption on ambulatory blood pressure. American Journal of Cardiology, 78, 129.

James, J. E. (1995). Caffeine, psychomotor performance and commercial interests: Reply to Smith. Addiction, 90, 1262-1265.

James, J. E. (1995). Caffeine, health and commercial interests: Reply to Golding. Addiction, 90, 989-990.

James, J. E. (1995). Caffeine and psychomotor performance revisited. Neuropsychobiology, 31, 202-203.

James, J. E. (1994). Caffeine, health, and commercial interests. Addiction, 89, 1595-1599.

James, J. E. (1994). Psychophysiological effects of habitual caffeine consumption. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 1, 247-263.

James, J. E. (1994). Chronic effects of habitual caffeine consumption on laboratory and ambulatory blood pressure levels. Journal of Cardiovascular Risk, 1, 159-164.

James, J. E. (1994). Does caffeine enhance or merely restore degraded psychomotor performance? Neuropsychobiology, 30, 124-125.

James, J. E. (1994). Outpatient behavioral management of stuttering in adults and adolescents. Talfrædingurinn (Icelandic: The Speech Pathologist), 11, 41-52.

James, J. E. (1994). Foundation education as a means by which to disseminate innovation to non-psychologists. Behaviour Change, 11, 19-26.

James, J. E., & Minichiello, V. (1994). Disability and rehabilitation in older persons: Biopsychosocial foundations. Disability and Rehabilitation, 16, 95-97.

James, J. E. (1994). Transferring psychological knowledge: Reply to Richards (1994) and Lee (1994). Australian Psychologist, 29, 18-20.

James, J. E. (1994). Health care, psychology, and the scientist-practitioner model. Australian Psychologist, 29, 5-11.

James, J. E. (1993). Cognitive-behavioural theory: An alternative conception. Australian Psychologist, 28, 151-155.

James, J. E. (1993). Caffeine and ambulatory blood pressure. American Journal of Hypertension, 6, 91-92.

James, J. E. & Richardson, M. R. (1991). Pressor effects of caffeine and smoking. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 30, 276-278.

Positano, S., Sandford, D. A., Elzinga, R. H., & James, J. E. (1991). Virtue rewarded: Reinforcement and punishment in an acute psychiatric admission ward. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 21, 257-262.

James, J. E. (1990). The influence of user status and anxious disposition on the hypertensive effects of caffeine. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 10, 171-179.

Lack, L., Pantelious, G., and James, J. E. (1989). Caffeine consumption and sleep. Sleep Research, 18, 65.

James, J. E., Ricciardelli, L., Hunter, C., and Rogers, P. (1989). Relative efficacy of spaced and intensive behavioural treatment of stuttering. Behavior Modification, 13, 376-395.

James, J. E., Sawczuk, D., and Merrett, S. (1989). The effect of chronic caffeine consumption on urinary incontinence in psychogeriatric inpatients. Psychology and Health, 3, 297-305.

James, J. E., Bruce, M. S., Lader, M. H., and Scott, N. R. (1989) Self-report reliability and symptomatology of habitual caffeine consumption. British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, 27, 507-514.

James, J. E., Ricciardelli, L., Rogers, P., and Hunter, C. (1989). A preliminary analysis of the ameliorative effects of response-contingent stimulation on stuttering. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 32, 604-610.

Hardardottir, D., James, J. E., and Owen, N. (1988). Do operant treatments of chronic pain adhere to precepts of behavioural analysis? Behavioural Psychotherapy, 16, 32-41.

James, J. E., Paull, I., Cameron-Traub, E., Miners, J. O., Lelo, A., and Birkett, D. J. (1988). Biochemical validation of self-reported caffeine consumption during caffeine fading. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 11, 15-30.

James, J. E., Crosbie, J. and Paull, I. (1987). Symptomatology of habitual caffeine use amongst psychiatric patients. Australian Journal of Psychology, 39, 139-149.

James, J. E., and Crosbie, J. (1987). Somatic and psychological health implications of heavy caffeine use. British Journal of Addiction, 81, 503-509.

Dadds, M. R., Sanders, M. R., and James, J. E. (1987). The generalization of treatment effects in parent training with multidistressed parents. Behavioural Psychotherapy, 15, 289-313.

Dadds, M. R., Sanders, M. R., Behrens, B. C., and James, J. E. (1986). Marital discord and child behavior problems: A description of family interactions during treatment. Journal of Clinical Child Psychology, 16, 192-203.

James, J. E. (1986). Review of the relative efficacy of imaginal and in vivo flooding in the treatment of clinical fear. Behavioural Psychotherapy, 14, 183-191.

James, J. E., Stirling, K. P., and Hampton, B. A. M. (1985). Caffeine fading: Behavioral treatment of caffeine abuse. Behavior Therapy, 16, 15-27.

James, J. E., and Paull, I. (1985). Caffeine and human reproduction. Reviews on Environmental Health, 7, 151-167.

James, J. E. (1985). Desensitization treatment of agoraphobia. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 24, 133-134.

Sanders, M. R., and James, J. E. (1984), The modification of parent behavior: A review of generalization and maintenance. Behavior Modification, 7, 3-27.

Melin, L., Sjorden, P-O., and James, J. E. (1984). Neurological impairments. In M. Hersen, V. B. van Hasselt, and J. L. Matson (Ed.), Behavior therapy for the developmentally and physically disabled: A handbook. New York: Academic Press, pp. 267-306.

James, J. E., and Stirling, K. P. (1983). Caffeine: A survey of some of the known and suspected deleterious effects of habitual use. British Journal of Addiction, 78, 251-258.

James, J. E., Hampton, B. A. M., and Larsen, S. A. (1983). The relative efficacy of imaginal and in vivo desensitization in the treatment of agoraphobia. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 14, 203-207.

James, J. E. (1983). Parameters of the influence of self-initiated time-out from speaking on stuttering. Journal of Communication Disorders, 16, 123-132.

James, J. E. (1983). Treatment of male and female sexual dysfunctions. In J. Hariman (Ed.), The therapeutic efficacy of the major psychotherapies. New York: Charles C. Thomas, pp. 58-66.

James, J. E. (1983). Fluency training for stutterers. In J. Hariman (Ed.), The therapeutic efficacy of the major psychotherapies. New York: Charles C. Thomas, pp. 48-57.

James, J. E. (1983). Behavioral management of anxiety and phobic reactions. In J. Hariman (Ed.), The therapeutic efficacy of the major psychotherapies. New York: Charles C. Thomas, pp. 37-47.

Sanders, M. R., and James, J. E. (1982). Enhancing generalization effects in behavioural parent training: The role of self-management skills. Australian Psychologist, 17, 151-164.

James, J. E., and Hampton, B. A. M. (1982). The relative efficacy of directive and non-directive treatment in behavioral weight control. Behavior Therapy, 13, 463-475.

James, J. E. (1982). Office-based treatment for stuttering: A program of speech retraining and self-management. Scandinavian Journal of Behaviour Therapy, 11, 15-28.

James, J. E. (1981). Punishment of stuttering: Contingency and stimulus parameters. Journal of Communication Disorders, 14, 375-386.

James, J. E. (1981). Self-monitoring of stuttering: Reactivity and accuracy. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 19, 291-296.

James, J. E. (1981). Behavioral self-control of stuttering using time-out from speaking. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 14, 11-23.

Hampton, B. A. M., James, J. E., Wrigley, J. D., and Fullwood, F. C. (1980). Brief social skills training and peer involvement with an isolated resident of a psychiatric rehabilitation center. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 11, 321-325.

James, J. E., and Murphy, G. (1979). Community attitudes towards physiotherapy and other health professions. Australian Journal of Physiotherapy, 25, 69-72.

James, J. E. (1979). Behavioural ecology: Expanding the environment. Australian Behaviour Therapist, 6, 14-16.

James, J. E. (1979). Behavioural ecology: Avenues for the future development of behaviour modification. Australian Psychologist, 14, 21-27.

James, J. E. (1976). The influence of duration on the effects of time-out from speaking. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 19, 35-44.

James, J. E., and Ingham, R. J. (1974). The influence of stutterers´ expectancies of improvement upon response to time-out. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 17, 86-93.

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